Review: Breathe by Sarah Crossan

A good, eye-opening dystopian about a world with no trees. Breathe Summary The world has no air. If you want to survive, you pay to breathe. But what if you can’t? And what if you think everything could be different? Three teens will leave everything they know behind in Sarah…

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Review: The Quiet At The End Of The World by Lauren James

A short but clever sci-fi novel with lovable characters and twists you won’t see coming. The Quiet at the End of the World Summary How far would you go to save those you love? Lowrie and Shen are the youngest people on the planet after a virus caused global infertility.…

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Review: A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson

An addictive YA crime thriller with endless twists and turns. A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder Summary The case is closed. Five years ago, a schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it. But having grown up…

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Review: Jessie Jefferson Trilogy by Paige Toon

As a kid and teenager I was obsessed with Meg Cabot. Every time she released a new book, I’d have my hands on it within days, sometimes even hours. I’m fairly sure I’ve read almost all of them apart from The Princess Diaries which I realise is crazy as they’re…

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Review: The Fandom by Anna Day

Essential reading for any YA fan who’s ever wanted to escape to their favourite fictional world. The Fandom Summary Cosplay ready, Violet and her friends are at Comic-Con.  They can’t wait to meet the fandom of mega movie, The Gallows Dance. What they’re not expecting is to be catapulted by…

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